Join Cambridge-based researchers from all Schools of the University and local research institutes, at the Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute, on 19 June.
From human genetics and pathogen genomics to routine clinical documentation, from internal imaging to motion capture, from digital epidemiology to pharmacokinetics, and from treatment pathways to life course assessment, the big Vs of Big Data – volume, variety, velocity and veracity – abound in medicine. Statistical, mathematical, visualisation, and computational approaches from a wide range of disciplines, as well systems for innovative ICT-based interventions are needed to keep apace of the complexity in Big Data and to advance medicine.
Patrick Maxwell (Regius Professor of Physic and Head of the School of Clinical Medicine) and Keith McNeil (Chief Executive Officer, Cambridge University Hospitals Foundation Trust) will address the meeting, with Ewan Birney (Associate Director, European Bioinformatics Institute) confirmed to speak. More speakers will be added to the website in due course.
Showcase your work by submitting abstracts for presentation or circulation and take the opportunity to find interdisciplinary partners. See here to submit your abstract (closing date 10 April 2015), or to register see here.